Made For You And Me

In celebration of the American spirit, people, history, and land, we have spent the better part of this past year traveling all over our great nation. We ventured out with the locals on Seeley Lake, Montana. We shook hands with rodeo athletes at the Stockyards in Fort Worth, Texas. We were grateful to spend the day with members of the Navajo community in Monument Valley, Utah. We had the pleasure of meeting the next generation of rodeo at National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyoming. We traveled throughout California, Arizona, and Colorado capturing the stories of various U.S. Military Veterans and learning more about their heroic sacrifices protecting the American people. In total, we were fortunate enough to visit 15 states, meet all different walks of life, and experience the diversity of our nation.

Throughout our travels, we have seen firsthand how so many of our customer’s livelihood is built off the land and how fundamental the land is to our way of life. And so it seems only fitting to conclude The Land We Love series by paying homage to our actual land.

It has been said that we do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, but rather we borrow it from our children. Truer words have never been spoken. Nature is a powerful force. Humbling in its vastness, nature is not only our biggest resource but it is where we go to escape, to learn, and to build stronger connections internally, with our community, and with nature itself. Without the preservation of our land, we could not exist.

And so with tremendous gratitude and the upmost respect, we bring you THIS LAND WAS MADE FOR YOU & ME. A piece honoring our land.


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